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Open MPI 1.7.4 Goes Fortran-Ready

Open MPIOver at The Register, Richard Chirgwin writes that the decade-old Open-MPI project has shipped a major feature release with version 1.7.4 that brings it close to a complete MPI 3 implementation.

Perhaps one of the most important characteristics of the new release is it wraps up much-needed FORTRAN support in the interface,” said Cisco’s Jeff Squyers, who along with Richard Graham of Oak Ridge was one of the instigators of the Open-MPI project ten years ago. “This is the first set of MPI-FORTRAN bindings that are actually compliant with the language.”

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